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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishextemporeex‧tem‧po‧re /ɪkˈstempəri/ adjective formal  PLANspoken or done without any preparation or practice syn impromptu an extempore speechextempore adverb
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extemporeThe judgments were very short and appear to have been extempore.His remarks were extempore and may need to be qualified.This is usually performed extempore, following the whims of the singer, musician and/or dancer.We had family prayers before breakfast with extempore prayers from Father, who had the faculty of producing these on demand.
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